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|In apple-pie order|
|Caps Lock neighbor|
|Poems of praise|
|Cover worn on "Chopped"|
|Items held in a hold|
|Bridget Riley specialty|
|American folk standard|
|Rocky Mountain high producer|
|Quarterback Newton of the Carolina Panthers|
|Submits an offer on eBay|
|Shorten a sentence say|
|Thomas ___ Edison|
|Home of Baylor University|
|Six years for a senator|
|Release of the Panama Papers e.g.|
|Take on carbs|
|Stepford wives for example|
|Place to park|
|Lewis Carroll or Mark Twain|
|Smart guys who have trouble scoring|
|Army Ranger's cap|
|"Manon Lescaut" highlight|
|Sean's role in "Game of Thrones"|
|Clothes worn by Claudius|
|Wine-growing region of Italy|
|"That makes sense"|
|Hall of Fame ballplayer Musial|
|"The towels were so thick there I could hardly close my suitcase" speaker|
|Nerve-racking exam for most|
|Put the bite on|
|Aegean island where Homer is allegedly buried|
|Part of a wedding toast often|
|"The Da Vinci Code" author Brown|
|Camp Pendleton for one|
|Star that easily explodes?|
|New York theater award|
|"The Wizard of Id" cartoonist Johnny|
|Baldwin of "Malice"|
|Capital of Switzerland|
|U.S. Open hazards|
|Constellation with a belt|
|He played Will in "Will & Grace"|
|___ in the shade|
|One of a Columbus trio|
|Silver to the Lone Ranger|
|___ Stroudsburg University|
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